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Subversion, Maven and the Release plugin

There is a known bug related to Subversion clients and the Maven Release plugin that can take some time to resolve if you aren't aware of it.

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Boss, we need a new build server

This is a short article I wrote for the Devoxx conference, and which appeared in one of the Parlays magazines that was distributed during the conference. The Devoxx conference is a fantastic conference, the European equivalent to JavaOne - if you can ever get to attend one, do so!

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What's new in the 2009 Java Power Tools Bootcamps

Last year, I had a lot of fun delivering the Java Power Tools Bootcamps in all sorts of different places, for all sorts of different organisations, and got a lot of very positive feedback. But people often wanted more. So this coming year, I'll be running them again, but in an expanded and updated form.

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Capital investement for developers - keep yourself marketable!

In Economics theory, you learn about capital investment. This is investing in more modern infrastructure, more productive factories or tools, and so forth, that let people produce more goods (and/or better quality goods) with the same amount of effort. Countries or businesses that fail to sufficiently invest in capital assets eventually fall behind ones that do, as they are simply less productive.

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Installing Eclipse - some of my favorite plugins

I just reinstalled a fresh version of Eclipse onto my workstation. I switch between IDEs a fair bit, depending on what I am doing. Eclipse is great for Maven work, mainly because of the m2eclipse plugin that just keeps getting better and better. IntelliJ, on the other hand, is king when it comes to Groovy and Grails. Here, I will run through how I typically set up my Eclipse environment.

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